Denver Water Explores Possibility Of Storing Water In AquifersDenver Water is working on a plan to drought-proof the city through a process called Aquifer Storage and Recovery.
Repairs Completed After Water Main Break On Colorado Blvd.Traffic was flowing smoothly again on Tuesday morning after repairs were completed to a water main on Colorado Boulevard.
Water Main Break On Colorado Boulevard Causing Traffic HeadachesA water main break on Colorado Boulevard as snarling the evening commute on Monday.
Highest Elevation Triathlon Gets Green Light For Dillon Next YearThousands of extreme athletes will converge for the highest triathlon in the world taking place Sept. 10, 2016 in Summit County, organizers announced Thursday.
MLK Jr. Blvd. Reopens After Water Main BreakRepairs to a water main break on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Denver were completed overnight along with repairs to the road which allowed all westbound lanes to reopen.
Bear Activity Closes Waterton CanyonIncreased bear activity has closed a popular canyon in the foothills west of the Denver metro area.
Water Main Break At MLK Blvd. & Jasmine Causes Road ClosuresA water main break at MLK Boulevard and Jasmine on Friday afternoon shut down some roads during repairs and cleanup.
Denver Water To Continue Adding Fluroide To Drinking SystemDenver Water will continue adding fluoride to the drinking water of some 1.3 million Coloradans.
Denver Water To Continue Adding Fluoride To Drinking SystemDenver Water will decide whether to change its policy of adding fluoride to its delivery system after the federal government announced new standards in April.
Water Main Break Forces Portion Of Colfax To CloseEast Colfax Avenue will be closed between Oneida Street and Niagara Street throughout Tuesday as Denver Water works to repair a burst pipe.
Water Main Break Leaves Neighborhood Without WaterA water main break could leave a Denver neighborhood near Interstate 25 & I-225 without water until Thursday morning.
Fluoride Debate Hits Colorado's Largest Water UtilityColorado's largest supplier of public drinking water is in the midst of a debate over how much fluoride - if any - to put into its delivery system after the federal government announced new standards in April.